The Post-Gazette has a lovely description of a (somewhat) authentic Hungarian wedding which took place in Duquesne over the weekend at the Hungarian Reformed Church. The bride's brother is a member of the LGBT community who recently relocated out of state. Here's the interesting part:
Church leaders said they are hoping that groups not ordinarily associated with ethnic churches, such as the gay and lesbian community and non-Hungarians, will give them a try.
“We accept everybody the way they are,” said Father Posta.
The congregation plans to celebrate its anniversary with a dinner on June 27 at the Westwood Golf Club in West Mifflin, including a performance by the William Penn Magyar Folk Dancers.
For more information about the church or the anniversary celebration, call 412-466-2300.